WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Once upon a time, there was a peaceful land that lay in a wide valley sheltered between the angry, towering, dark-clouded crags of the Altright Mountains and the sun-capped ridges of the Rainbow … more
I join with so many Wilsonians in expressing sadness that A.P. Coleman is stepping down as a member of our city council (“Coleman cites health in council departure,” front page, Saturday). … more
John Hood’s column “State ranks high in education funding,” appearing in your Tuesday edition was a valuable reminder that North Carolina has established, supported and reaped the benefits of … more
“Another young woman was murdered by an illegal in Iowa, in the middle of our country! I am asking you: Why you will not support securing our borders by building a wall? Do you leave your front … more
Re: “Butterfield joins rural broadband task force,” Wednesday: I am glad to see that good old G.K. found something to occupy his time in Washington. The Rural Broadband Task Force sounds like … more
Re: “Benghazi, Uranium One ‘scandals’ discredited,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Aug. 2: Nick, I’m surprised you would stoop to such a low level as to have to use terms such as … more
Thank you, John McCain — a true patriot on many fronts! Bill Jeffrey Wilson more
The current Wilson County Board of Education passed a restrictive public comment policy that limits the public from speaking during monthly board meetings. We, as parents, teachers, school … more
Re: “Trump a disgrace to the American presidency,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Sept. 3: Congratulations, Nick, you have reached a new pinnacle of hatred and done so with very few words. … more
Is this the redesigned turn from Nash Street to College Drive at the entrance to St. Therese/Barton College and the newly constructed pedestrian crossing we were promised four years ago? Both … more
If you were watching The History Channel last week, the events in Chapel Hill looked eerily like the events used to bring Lenin, Stalin and Hitler to power. Reminiscent of the KKK, law enforcement … more
Thank you to The Wilson Times for your editorial regarding the school board and citizens’ right to speak. I am a new resident of Wilson and a retired career educator. In all my years in education, … more
Our country has changed from a cigarette-smoking, fist-fighting, law-abiding, hardworking, God-loving and safe country to a baby-killing, drug-using, pot-smoking, lazy, gimme, hate-filled, … more
I am always amused by the worst of the worst local conservatives attempting to win over the “hearts and minds” of the independent or undecided voters who live a reduced lifestyle thanks to the … more
Re: Talk Back comments on Wilson Medical Center CEO Mark Holyoak’s initiative to improve the emergency department: You wake in the morning and you suspect flu symptoms. At 8:30, you call your … more
Again, I want to thank The Wilson Times for another professional coverage of the city of Wilson’s Veterans Day program. If not for your outstanding coverage, many of Wilson’s veterans who could … more
After I read Lorraine Edwards’s letter to the editor published Feb. 5, “Disrespect for President Trump is offensive,” I felt the need to respond. Some of the things you stated were very wrong … more
Last week I wrote a letter to the editor “Purging infrequent voters, requiring ID isn’t suppression.” The letter drew a number of comments on The Wilson Times website. I guess they did not want … more
A couple of issues are very concerning to me and should be to everyone. The first is the call for Medicare for all. This would make the government the single-payer health care system in America and … more
The week of March 4 was Read Across America Week. I was fortunate enough to have been asked to read to a Hearne Elementary School second-grade class by teacher Paula Michalak. On March 4, I chose to … more
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